Does Frasier Crane's Father run for the condo board so that Frasier can call the shots?
There are two episodes of Frasier where Frasier is involved with the condo committee, however I don't think he ever actually managed to get on the condo committee itself. The first is in Season 4, episode 11: Three Days Of The Condo. In that episode Frasier runs against the president of the condo board after she refuses his request to have an antique door knocker. The other is in Season 10, episode 3: Proxy Prexy… Read More
Frasier - 1993 Three Days of the Condo 4-11 is rated/received certificates of: Canada:PG (video rating)
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can a condo owner live out of state and be a board member
Read your governing documents to determine the residency requirements for board service eligibility. It is possible that the majority of the board must be resident owners, all members must be resident owners or there may be no residency requirement. There is no standard.
There is no standard. Read your governing documents to determine residency requirements to qualify for board service.
The board or the association manager can answer your question.
Work with your board to verify that you are allowed to rent your unit, then if you are, advertise it for rent.
Read your governing documents to determine whether or not this is a criteria for your association. Often, this is most desirable, but may not be a requirement of the community's official guidelines.
What is the concept that for instance you are on a board for your condo but you also get referrals for your business through your association with the board?
The concept is called 'conflict of interest', especially if your position on the board benefits you financially through your business.
Your association manager or board may be able to answer your question.
Condominium boards are not in the business -- do not have the power to exclude guests. You may want to chat again with your boyfriend. However, you have not explained what exactly was denied and why. The board may have the authority to exclude you depending on the details. Please add details on the discussion page.
Fiile a noise complaint with the Condo association and if that doesn't work, the local police department. Added: Loud noises from whom or what? The Condo Association MAY have control over some annoyances but for others you may need the police (as advised above). Speak to your Condo Board of DIrectors to see if they can assist you.
Read your governing documents to determine the length of term for each officer or director on your condominium board. This is the place to find this answer, regardless of where the condominium board operates.
Ask your board of directors for a copy of the lease form they prefer that you use.
You can make this request of any board member or ask the property manager.
Board service is not dependent upon marital status. Board service may be dependent upon ownership -- name on the deed, for example. Your governing documents are specific about the requirements for board service.
You can request a copy of the filed form from your board.
Usually vendors are contracted with condominium communities by the board of directors or by the property management company. Owners can document complaints and take them to the board, but it's up to the board to disconnect from a vendor under contract to the association.
Probably, yes. If you require the companionship or service of a service animal, you may be able to petition the board for an exception to the By-law. However, the decision of the board is final.
It depends upon why the condominium board is in special and frequent communication with you. Read your governing documents to remind yourself of your legal obligations, responsibilities and rights as a condominium owner. If you believe you're being harassed, you can file a police report and pursue a no-contact order in a court of law. If, however, your condominium board is communicating with you for violating rules that are spelled out in your governing documents… Read More
Regardless of the state where the property is located, the governing documents spell out the term of each board member. After a term expires, it's necessary to be re-elected, in order to continue to serve on a board.
It depends on who publishes the newsletter and in whose name. If non-board-member owners publish a newsletter and follow the delivery guidelines outlined by the board or by governing documents, and claim authorship of the newsletter, then no board approval is be required. If, however, non-board-member owners publish a newsletter in the name of the board, then yes, the board should approve this newsletter.
This may be a local building code matter, that may have changed since the building was built. Your question may have to do with noise or other issue, which you can discuss with your board to learn more about your options.
Peremptory means something definite and absolute, final and not entitled to delay or reconsideration. By a vote of the majority of the officers of the condo board, IF THEIR DOCUMENTS ALLOW IT, they may remove one of the board members from the office they hold (i.e.: Pres/V-Pres/Secty/Treas). However, they do not have the authority to expel a member from the board itself. That action must be initiated by the general membership who elected the member… Read More
There is no standard. Read your governing documents to discover this fact. If the pool hours concern you, bring up the issue in the next board meeting and express your concerns, then ask the board to vote on addressing your issue.
Read your governing documents to determine whether committees are required or optional. The language may read "...the board shall have committees " -- required; or the language may read " ...the board may have committees" -- optional.
If the condominium association protects its work in an office and only allows board members access to the room or office, then, yes. You may be able to find a specific answer in your governing documents, including board meeting minutes where this decision could have been voted upon.
Your governing documents detail the process required for the board to follow in order to pursue an owner for unpaid assessments. Best practices dictate that the board act with the assistance of a condominium attorney.
condo board hiring attorney without consent of owner for one owner requesting to see financials past and present
You can address a letter to the board of directors of a condominium association, and use the mailing address of the association. This might be the president's address, or the address of the management company.
Usually the governing documents for a condominium association detail the level to which a unit owner must maintain the interior of a unit. The board may enforce the covenants of the community by sending a notice to a condominium owner whose upkeep of his or her unit is in violation with the governing documents.
There is no standard. Read your governing documents to determine the qualifications for a board member. If your governing documents are silent, read the state law that covers the type of corporation formed for your association, if any. When governing documents are silent, the state law applies. Generally, it may be possible to hire a board member, but hired board members may not make up the majority of board members.
Your governing documents detail the process required for the board to follow in order to pursue an owner for unpaid assessments. Best practices dictate that the board act with the assistance of an association-savvy attorney.
You can write to the board and quote the statute that you believe they violate and ask that they follow the law. Often this is sufficient. If not, ask that your matter be added to the minutes. Take your written request to the next board meeting, request that the matter be added to the agenda and require a board vote on following the statute. Ask that your request be added to the minutes.
George Condo has written: 'George Condo'
Not if the condo was built to code.
Read your governing documents to determine the qualifications for board membership. Usually, this is condominium ownership. If your spouse is not 'on the title' for the unit as a legal owner, make this clear when nominating the spouse for board membership, which may disqualify him/her. Another option would be to add the owner's spouse to the title.
Elect someone else. Read your governing documents and determine how many other board members are required to vote a board member off the board. As well, a group of owners -- your governing documents will give you the percentage required -- can vote a board member off. It's a good idea to document the actions of the board member that violate the CC&Rs, By-Laws or Board Resolutions, so that the board member's actions become the… Read More
Your answer depends on who owns the plumbing and the options you have to access plumbing in the new location. Your board or association manager can help you understand the process in your building. There is no standard.
there is no way to answer without more information. Generally unless there is a crime involved, a police officer does not have any 'special' privilege.
Read your governing documents to determine whether or not this board action requires an owner vote. There is no standard.
What are your legal rights when the condo board refuses to enforce the by-laws regarding noisy co-owners and their dog?
Answer this question...Many Governing Documents of common interest developments allow owners to enforce the documents directly if the board isn't doing their job.
You can work with the board to determine who has the responsibility to repair the damage and then who has the responsibility to pay for the repair, because the two responsibilities may be different. This is not a matter that a single owner should handle solo: involve your board.
Since we have a Management Company which handles all matters regarding the Condo Association could our community function without a Board of Directors?
No. The management company implements policy. It is the Board of Directors, responsive to the will of the members, that sets policy. It's the difference between the butler and the homeowner!
Can a resident with power of attorney who is not a deed owner attend condo board meetings in NJ for a deed owner?
Open board meetings mean open, usually to at least owners and may include residents. The board must have a basis upon which to deny you access to an open board meeting if you are a resident. If a vote of owners is on the agenda, you need a signed proxy in order to vote in the name of the titled owner.
When inquiring about a condo loan a person needs to know what they want to spend, what features they desire in the condo and where they want the condo to be located.
This answer depends totally upon your unique situation. Best practices indicate that you work with your association's attorney to decide how to proceed.
If you are fined 100 for a violation at your condo and you don't pay it because they won't accept your protest can they foreclose on your condo?
You can find the answer you want in your governing documents. If you were in violation and were given proper notice, and you did not cure the violation, or if you were fined, then, probably, you had an opportunity to appeal the board action. If the board did not accept your protest, and you were officially notified of this final decision, you owe the fine. Your governing documents include your CC&Rs, By-Laws, board Resolutions and… Read More